byFr Thomas Weise, www.sempergumbyinalaska.blogspot.com
Jesus companions the two on their way to Emmaus. He proclaims the scripture, reinterprets it, and they recognize Him in the breaking of the bread. Topics: Luke 24:13-35, Jesus, Resurrection, Catholic, Homily
This homily is about the two disciples walking away from their faith on Easter morning and Jesus coming to them to bring them back by opening the scriptures from them and breaking the bread. Topics: 3rd Sunday of Easter, Luke 24:13-35, two bound for Emmaus
As they walked away from Jerusalem with their heads hung in grief and despair, two disciples are met by Jesus who renews their hope and restores their joy. This week, Pastor Janine Olson reminds us that as we experience life with all of its despair and grief, Jesus meets us on our road daily. Do we recognize Him or do we continue to walk away from God? Topics: Sermon, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, St Cloud MN, Pastor Janine Olson, Luke 24:13-35
On the road to Emmaus Jesus told two disciples how the whole Old Testament spoke of Him. What is the Gospel and how does it relate to this? Topics: Concerning This Salvation, 1 Peter 1:10-12, Luke 24:13-27, Isaiah 52:6 through 53:12
Owen Sound Church of the Nazarene, Easter Sunday, April 20 2014, The Truth of the Resurrection Luke 24:13-29 Topics: Owen Sound Church of the Nazarene, Easter Sunday, April 20 2014, The Truth of the Resurrection Luke...
November 20 2016, Pastor Dave Gullman, "A Seven Mile Trek", Luke 24:13-35, Pleasant View Worship & Bells Team Topics: November 20 2016, Pastor Dave Gullman, "A Seven Mile Trek", Luke 24:13-35, Pleasant View...